Do take note that the jailbreak iOS 12.3 – iOS 12.2 demoed was a complete jailbreak that constituted PAC and APRR bypass. Fortunately, Saurik has our backs. Three consecutive Cydia Substrate updates released early Monday morning address these issues and potentially.
It’s possible too that the jailbreak iOS 12.3 from Liang is a commissioned still working, indicating that a third-party that paid a hefty price was the intended beneficiary.
Note, if you’re install iOS 12.3 beta on multiple devices, you will need to first add all their UDIDs to the developer site so that they are registered. But keep in mind, Currently, it was in the educational purpose and not ready to be as a final jailbreak utility.
In addition to this, Liang also showcased Cydia running on the iPhone XS Max as evidence that the jailbreak is indeed working. Which includes the iPhone XS, XS Max, iPhone XR, and the new iPad Pro models. It’s no secret that every year the jailbreak iOS 12.3 loses its adherents. If earlier it was an absolute necessity, now, with rare exceptions.
Also Apple has just released the sixth beta version of iOS 12.3 for developers. If you have a previous iOS 12.2 beta installed. After Release jailbreak for iOS 12.3 “Jailbreak” button and wait for further reboot. It may take several attempts. After this, Cydia will appear on the home screen. All is ready.